Monday, November 26, 2012
For a limited time, three area businesses are offering deep discounts through the group-buying website.
Three area businesses are offering deep discounts through the online group-buying site Groupon. For a limited time, you can save on food from Dominick's Pizza in Parkville and work off the extra calories with discounted classes at Bikram Yoga Mid Atlantic in Carney or Art & Strength in Fulleton. Dominick's, located on Harford Road in Parkville, is actually offering two deals: either pay $29 for a punch-card good for up to 5 large two-topping hand-tossed pizzas or pay $15 for a coupon good for $30 worth of food. At Bikram Yoga Mid Atlantic, pay either $25 for 10 hot yoga classes or $45 for 20 classes. Over at Art & Strength in Fullerton, check out kettlebell classes: either $29 for 5 classes, $49 for 10 classes or $79 for 20 classes.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Students and instructors at Fullerton's Art & Strength are raising money for the Susan G. Komen Walk For The Cure in a unique way.
This weekend folks from all over the Baltimore area will converge in Hunt Valley to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research at the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure. Students and instructors from one local gym are taking their commitment one step further: so far, eight regulars at Fullerton's Art & Strength have registered to carry a total of 647 pounds as they walk one mile with a kettlebell in each hand. The exercise, called a farmer's walk, is meant to mirror a farmer carrying buckets of water. Dan Cenidoza, the gym's owner and 2007 winner of the Maryland's Strongest Man competition, will try to carry a 106 pound kettlebell in each hand as he completes a 1-mile walk. Not sure what a kettlebell is? Check out the video …
Sunday, October 16, 2011
The Art & Strength studio in South Perry Hall celebrates strength as an art form.
Fitness training studio Art & Strength celebrated its grand opening Saturday on Wholesale Club Drive in South Perry Hall. Owner Dan Cenidoza, 33, a professional strongman and personal trainer, hosted a variety of physical fitness demonstrations that ranged from Aikido to weight lifting to jumping rope to yoga. More than 200 people turned out to watch the demonstrations and explore the studio, including state Sen. Kathy Klausmeier and delegates John Cluster and Joe Boteler. “The purpose of this event is not simply a business promotion,” said Cenidoza, whose studio will offer kettlebell classes, semi-private and personal training. “It is to promote the physical culture and active lifestyles.” Klausmeier congratulated Cenidoza on opening such…